All campuses are open and ready to serve students virtually, hybrid, or in person.
View College COVID-19 Information

Tiffanee Arnold, Professor of Dance


Tiffanee Arnold is an educator, choreographer and dance advocate. She earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance Choreography and Performance from Texas Woman’s University. She currently serves as Professor of Dance at Collin College and previously served for over 20 years in the role as Dance Department Discipline Lead.

As an educator, Tiffanee teaches multiple levels of technique, choreography, and dance appreciation courses and directs the college’s student company, Collin Dance Ensemble. Tiffanee received the Outstanding Professor Award (2005) in the Fine Arts Division at Collin College. Her undergraduate institution, Western Illinois University, awarded her its Distinguished Dance Alumni Award in 2007. She has also received numerous "Faculty Recognized Scholarships" on behalf of the Collin College President to honor her service to the college by giving financial assistance to college dance students. In addition, her initiative at Collin College won Tiffanee the Promising Professional Kitty McGee Alumni Award (1998) from Texas Woman's University. Tiffanee currently serves on Collin College’s Strategies on Behavioral Intervention (SOBI) Care Team.

As a choreographer, Tiffanee recently started her own professional dance company, Full Circle Dance, where she serves as Artistic Director. www.FullCircleDance.org In addition to her professional work, Tiffanee’s choreography on students has been honored seven times at the American College Dance Association Regional Conferences. Specifically, Tiffanee's choreography After the Kiss, Beyond Life Support, Cleansing, Momentum, Prisoners, Dunes, and Stood Up and Over It, were selected for the Gala Concert. Tiffanee also worked as a dancer and guest choreographer for Elledanceworks Dance Company for seventeen years.

As a dance advocate, Tiffanee is a re-elected member in the American College Dance Association National Board. She is the South-Central Regional Director and served for six years as a Board Member. She has been commissioned for dance residencies at Illinois State University, New Mexico State University, Western Illinois University, Stephen F. Austin State University, Texas Woman's University, Newman Smith High School, Creekview High School, Sunset High School, and Booker T. Washington High School for the Visual and Performing Arts.

Top